Weighted gradesGrade point average (GPA) calculations are based on a 4.0 system. Based on the five-period day, each trimester of a class equals .5 credit. See your counselor for more information about GPA and class rank.
F, I, NC
No value assigned
No value assigned
Honors graduation requirementsIn order to graduate with honors from Anoka-Hennepin, the following criteria must be met. Honors graduation status is determined by the cumulative, weighted GPA at the end of trimester two of the senior year. PSEO students' status will be determined after the fall semester. Rounding will not occur.
- Category I: Honors - at least 3.3 weighted GPA. There are no requirements concerning honors course for this category.
- Category II: High honors - at least 3.6 weighted GPA. Students must take at least six credits in honors courses during their school career.
- Category III: Highest honors - At least 3.9 weighted GPA. Students must take at least 10 credits in honors courses from two or more departments during their high school career.
Academic lettering requirements
Students will be recognized and be awarded an academic letter in fall. Students earning a letter will have a cumulative weighted GPA calculated at the end of the previous school year.
The GPA standards are as follows:
- 3.90 for freshman (presented fall of grade 10).
- 3.85 for sophomores (presented fall of grade 11).
- 3.80 for juniors (presented fall of grade 12).
- 3.75 for seniors at the end of trimester 2 of their senior year* (recognized at the senior honors ceremony in May).
* = This will be denoted at commencement.
These are the district standards for academic lettering. Students need to meet the GPA requirements exactly. There is no rounding of student's GPA.
Honor rollThere are four honor rolls established by the Anoka-Hennepin School District every grading period (based on weighted term GPA).
- Commended: 3.0 to 3.29.
- Honor roll: 3.3 to 3.59.
- High honor roll: 3.6 to 3.89.
- Highest honor roll: 3.9 to 4.0.
Class rankHigh schools in the Anoka-Hennepin School District base GPA calculations on a 4.0 system. Both weighted and unweighted GPA are calculated. Class rank is a reflection of GPA. It is a composite of all students' GPA. As GPA changes, so do class ranks.